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Changing cambelt,accent coupe mvi

Will need to change cambelt,pulley,and idler arm soon on accent coupe mvi. 1998, any special tools i need? torque settings?

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SOURCE: 2000 Hyundai Accent lower idler pulley

Yep Ron... go to anb register (veh VIN). Afterward, you can navigate the site to find the information you seek (service bulletins, manuals, wiring diagrams, etc.).

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Yes Auto zone have loaner crankshaft pulley extractor
better know as harmonic valancer puller.
you pay a deposit and when you bring it back the refund your money
do not use a bicycle chain like tool because that will damage your pulley. unless you are planing to install a brand new one.
there is a rubber ring in between the outer and inner part of the pulley than can be real easily damage.
you can temporary float one cylinder whit gasoline and cap it of whit the spark plug that will lock the engine temporarily when you have to turn the crankshaft bolt.
when you are done just remove the spark plug and turn the crankshaft to drain out the gasoline and unlock the engine.

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SOURCE: how to change a clutch on a 1998 hyundai accent

This is a very big job. To get to the clutch the transaxle must be removed from the engine. Removing the transaxle involves removing: The exhaust pipe between the manifold and catalytic converter, the starter motor, a chassis cross member, both drive axles, and the tranmission shift linkage. Is there a highschool in your area with an autoshop class? The only other option is to have a repair shop do it. I would pay a shop to do the work. I think it's a good investment espesially if the rest of the car is in good condition. Sir, now I think you can get it now. Thank you Sir, Have a nice day.

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